Ruth Winter is an award-winning science writer who has written hundreds of magazine articles and 37 popular health books. She has won many awards including The Career Achievement Award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA); The Article Writing Award from The American Medical Writers Association, the Service Award from the National Association of Science Writers and The Golden Triangle Award from the AmericanAcademy of Dermatology. She has published pieces in Woman’s Day, Family Circle and Good Housekeeping, among others. Former science editor of the Star-Ledger in New Jersey and nationally syndicated columnist for The Los Angeles Times, she specializes in writing about scientific subjects that she makes understandable and interesting to the public. She also writes the book column for NASW’s ScienceWriter’s Magazine. She is the widow of Arthur Winter, MD, former director of The New Jersey Neurological Institute in Livingston, NJ. The Winters’ Website: brainbody.com. Ruth’s blog is Ruth.Winter. WordPress.com. She is also on Facebook and Linkedin. Her email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. FAX: 973-376-0199
Among her many books, A CONSUMER’S DICTIONARY OF FOOD ADDITIVES and A CONSUMER’S DICTIONARY OF COSMETIC INGREDIENTS have sold well internationally and have recently been released in a seventh edition CROWN.
Her book released in 2010 is FITNESS AFTER 40 co-authored with Vonda Wright MD, physician for the Senior Games and professor at University of Pittsburgh Published by AMACOM.
Her books released in 2009 are SO WHAT SHOULD I EAT? and FEED YOU FAMILY RIGHT! Both co-authored with Elisa Zied, MS, RD published by Wiley.
And many more.. You can see more information about Ruth on Amazon.
Ruth also has written many backgrounders and patient materials for pharma.